Curated by Lalie Choffel, Contamination pays tribute to thirty years of the radical and unique work of major artist Antoine D’Agata, exhibiting thirty prints in both colour and black & white, and a video installation.
Inspiring pianist Dang Thai Son rose to prominence when he was awarded first prize in prestigious Warsaw-based contest, though his biopic-like life story that involves surviving the Vietnamese war and learning to play piano in a bomb shelter.
The Helper (2017) by filmmaker Joanna Bowers chronicles the diverse stories from Hong Kong’s migrant domestic workers. This free screening, hosted by the Jewish Film Festival, will be introduced by Bowers.
Co-curated by Hong Kong Ballet’s Artistic Director Septime Webre and David Liu, this series of events is set up to provide greater insights into contemporary ballet and the choreographers’ creative processes.
This two-pronged show features a martial arts moving image work on the upper floor of the black box space, while the lower floor plays host to an installation piece drawing on themes of gender, body modification and applied science.
After its successful debut in 2017, the Cantonese version of tragicomedy The Truth — which tells the story of adultery as experienced by two middle-aged couples — will come back to the Shouson Theatre for a rerun.
A major figure in the Arte Povera movement in Italy that strove to offset the fading of memory by juxtaposing the old and new, Kounellis’ practice encompassed a wide range of materials and mediums, converging paint, sculpture and performance.
This exhibition offers a window into 1930s China through the captivating work of Swiss photo-journalist Walter Bosshard, who was one of the earliest journalists to record this critical decade in Chinese and world history.
Inspired by the uniqueness of the Hakka village at the foot of Tai Mo Shan, thirteen artists produce site-specific works meditating on life and the passing of time in this rustic, far-flung corner of Hong Kong.
Presented by the Hong Kong Film Archive, this program will screen six pairs of movie adaptations of Chinese literary classics, including the lauded 1993 film Farewell My Concubine starring Leslie Cheung.
Russian violinist Kirill Troussov (b. 1982), who is widely recognised as one of the leading soloists of his generation, teams up with the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong for a performance of Concerto for Violin, Op.64 by Mendelssohn and more.